Claustrophobic and brutal, The Platform is a clever thriller that makes the most out of a limiting concept.
Within the strict boundaries of a years-long captivity, The Endless Trench succeeds in telling a story of isolation, family and hope.
Lost Girls is a competent enough thriller, but it doesn’t commit enough to any one of its complex themes.
This is a complex, untidy story that trusts us to observe and make up our own minds, and won’t condescend to offer easy solutions to life’s problems.
Shadow is not terrible, but when a director of Zhang Yimou’s stature makes a boring movie, it still feels like a misfire.
Leigh Whannell and Elisabeth Moss have teamed up to reinvent The Invisible Man as an effective representation of gaslighting and online abuse.
The Last Thing He Wanted is a jumbled mess that starts out as a journalism story, shifts into a thriller, and doesn’t commit to either premise.